Supply Chain Internship
Key Duties and Responsibilities
a) New product generation (development phase)
Understand and analyze new product subsystems and components to:
- Design the Supply Chain.
- Ensure design is compatible with the chosen manufacturing processes.
- Specify, design/outsource and qualify manufacturing equipment's, tooling and processes to guarantee industrialization.
- Assure viability for reused parts from another programs. Create links between all companies and organizations participating in the SC environment.
- Building cost intelligence at technology/part/subsystem/function level, identifying the possible alternatives and risks.
b) Cost reduction
Review existing products design to reduce the parts and manufacturing costs:
- Identify opportunities and develop proposals.
- Evaluate technical feasibility of cost reduction proposals.
- Recommend projects to management where they are technically and financially sound.
- Manage execution of the projects through partners
MSc (or upper) Degree in Mechanical/ Industrial Engineering or Business Administration. with:
Fluent in English.Technical and Business skills: Technology knowhow and market intelligence (intuition, inquisitiveness, strategic vision).Negotiation skills: Able to get the best deal for HP without breaking the relationship and without impacting the schedules. Good control of the communication pace. Creating empathy with the partner.Project Management skills: Able to deploy cross-organizational implementation plans, timely track progress, identify deviations and proactively take corrective actions. Able to see big picture and good prioritizing skills.Strong leadership, able to effectively sell own ideas, and to influence others to buy-in and follow them without having direct control.Strong Team Building and teamwork: Able to build rapport with partners so that new ideas can be accepted smoothly; and to give/receive open and honest feedback in a positive attitude.
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